21 Blaxland Crescent, Griffith ACT 2603
Shifting Senses is an exhibition which investigates experimental processes in contemporary ceramic art. By engaging with three curatorial concerns – a mark, a vessel, a scene - this exhibition focuses on the formation of new narratives addressing identity, the environment, process and possibility. Shifting Senses is a collection of works that critically engage with a number of historical and modern art theories connected to a broader dialogue regarding ceramics role in contemporary art today.
Floor talk by Curator Rayleen Forester
2pm Sunday 12 July
Image: Sophia Nuske, First World Problems? Here’s a BADAID (detail), 2014. Image courtesy of the artist.